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25 Year Old City Employee Sees Marijuana Possession Case Dismissed

05 April 2018 | Case Results,  Marijuana,  

Attorney Sean Hessler

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Sean Hessler

05 April 2018

Case Results,  Marijuana,  

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Being convicted for a second criminal offense can have devastating effects one one’s life. Indiana takes subsequent offenses seriously, so when a city employee found himself facing a second offense for misdemeanor possession of marijuana after a traffic stop revealed he was carrying the substance, he knew he needed help from Hessler Law, PC.

Marijuana possession is typically a Class B misdemeanor in Indiana, but because of the client’s prior conviction, it was heightened to a Class A offense. Wanting his client to avoid jail time, marijuana attorney Sean Hessler negotiated with the prosecution and got his client into a diversion program. After successfully paying diversion fees, the case was dismissed.

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